htkpeh: Thanks! I know A. Smith, he's one of my favourite artists actually. +dave: Thanks. I am aware of the parallel motion. LtPlissken: Thanks man! DStraX: I'll work on the balance, thanks. Aragah: You're too kind. Parsakoira: Oi! I demand an update from you. The line you're referring to is actually his saggy cheek. I think once it's coloured and moving the line should be more clear.
Thank you all for your interest!
Here's an update on the latest thing.
Last edited by Rotor; December 6th, 2011 at 03:37 PM.
AWW SHIT IT'S PARSAKOIRA!
Okay, this is what you get when you put four drunken doodlers in the same room. From left to right, Parsakoira, Vablo, myself and Keppo.
Here's two lunch time doodles aswell.
Thanks for looking.
Haha, doing the collab was fun, so thanks on my behalf for that.
The chaosmarine (?) is looking pretty nice, maybe start working on some more intense values soon on it. Also the latest picture, the lady with the bonearmorish thing has a really good pose and feel to it, looks natural.
I'm liking where this one is going purely due to the values compared to the other image of the same post. You've got more confident in your contrasts here, so it adds a shit load more depth to the shading. Keep going with it.
Sorry for repeating this for the seventh
or eight time, but I really like your concepts,
and the collab painting is fantastic. Painting
intoxicated is good, haha.
Hey then, if you do not show up till the
next year, then I want you all the best,
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Hello rotor, what an amazing amount of progress you made in just 3 years! Im really blown away by the last in particular; those figures are effortlessly large, where in your early pieces you obviously struggled. Applaus to you!
SKETCHBOOK - my website - facebook company page
ooh yeah; did you know I'm a certified art-teacher? that's right. everything arty I say has been endorsed by the state of the Netherlands! (they'll be sorry soon)
Wow dude, you're really making some visible progress in here. It feels like you're breaking through to a new level, and it's really exciting to see it happening in real time. I especially enjoy the first image in post #521; you have some excellent values in the rendered areas. The reflective texture really brings a wonderful sense of tactile realism to the piece. For a crit, I think your feet are still your weakest area and could use a little extra attention. I feel like the problem isn't so much their shape or structure, but rather their perspective and pose in relation to the figure. But yeah, lovely work, excellent development, keep up the good work, and happy new year!
the progrees of your pencils is awesome man! i got shocked when i turned to the previous page and saw how much you evolved in just 3 months!!
by the way, that chik with the bony stuff and the sword is great! just like that last dwarf
I read the previous post and went to 15-17 because I really was intrigued with your improvement. And yes, man! You've done a huge amount of visible improvement in last 3 pages of your sketchbook! And that's an amazing thing, it inspires me a lot. Both of your digital and traditional pieces became cleaner and... more mature, I suppose (too lazy to look in the dictionary). That studies that you do really work. Congratulations! And good luck on your way to becoming a great artist With you imagination and speed of improvement, you will do it!
Mat Kaminski: Thank you. I do try, but I got a long way to go. ashess: Thanks! dierat: I'm glad to hear that. Feet are my enemy number one right now. Happy new year. teapo: No problem, glad you return the favour. Pedro Cardoso: Thanks man! b-dawg: Thank you, and I do hope so. Doing croquis has helped me most in recent times I think.
Here's a quick collab I did with Parsakoira, a link to his sketchbook of coolness is in my sig.
Thanks for looking.
Wow, you're scaring me with your progress! I love those sketches, they're gorgeous and flowing and very, very palpable. Niiiice. I feel stupid for not having much concrit to offer right now - but maybe you can feel flattered?
Parsakoira: phoenicorn: Thank you! Kjesta: Then flattered I will be for now, thanks for stopping by SSG buddy. Black Spot: You know, I'd love to. The thing is, I got some crits for it and what it lacks is proper composition and narration. Right now I'm stuck with it and although I like where the rendering on the dude's back is going, if it doesn't work it doesn't work.
Here's a recent commission I finished along with a bunch of sketches.
Thanks for looking.